Monday, May 13, 2013
The high school graduates nearly 90 percent of students and has among the highest student investment in the state.
With a graduation rate of nearly 90 percent and one of the highest investments in its students, Mount Hope is the 11th best high school in Rhode Island, according to GoLocalProv's fourth annual high school ranking. Mount Hope High School graduates an average of 88.1 percent of its students, invests more than $17,000 per student and has a student-to-teacher ratio of 11-1. The website notes Mount Hope's Husky News Network as the school's claim to fame. "Students have the opportunity to bask in the spotlight in the Husky News Network, a student news organization where students can serve as anchors, camera men and content writers," the web site reads. GoLocalProv looked at several criteria to determine its rankings including math, reading and…
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
It's a great chance for students and their families to see the high school and learn about its programs. Starts at 6:30 pm.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Athletes, coaches, contributors, and teams are scheduled for formal induction in April.
The Warren Athletic Hall of Fame recently announced its Class of 2013, including six athletes, three teams, two "old-timers," one coach, and one contributor. Formal induction cereonies are scheduled fo April 13 at the Venus de Milo Restaurant in Swansea, MA. This year's inductees are: Athletes: Roger Araujo [Posthumous] — Joseph Catalfano — Mike Marino — Neil Murphy — Gregory J. Sampson — Kyle C. Teixeira — Coach: Wanda Lukas — Contributor: Brian Beausoleil — Old-Timers: Charles H. McCanna Jr. [Posthumous] — Will “Biddy” Smith [Posthumous] — Teams: Warren High School Class C Baseball Champions, 1936 Warren High School Class C Football Champions, 1936 Warren High School Suburban East Wrestling Champions, 1970
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Eight students from Wenshan District are attending classes through the district's partnership with the Roosevelt International Academy.
Monday, June 11, 2012
The high school released its list of Top 10 students along with the school each plans to attend in the Fall.
Mt. Hope High School graduated 267 seniors Saturday, including the top 10 students of the 2012 graduating class. Check out the Top 10, along with the school each plans to attend in the Fall:
Sunday, June 10, 2012
The group said farewell to high school in front of friends, family, and teachers.
Saturday, June 9th, Mount Hope said goodbye to, according to Principal Donald Rebello, a group of "truly... exceptional" students at Roger Williams University in a ceremony where 267 seniors recieved diplomas. "I am the principal of one of the best high schools in New England." He stated. "The young men and women that sit to my right and my left are the best testifiers to that fact." "This class has met some incredibly high standards to earn that diploma" Rebello said. Scott Macgovern, President of the Class of 2012, acted as the Master of Ceremonies on the occassion, who, after inviting David Lam, Class Vice President to lead in the pledge of allegiance, and the Mount Hope High School Vocal Ensemble in singing the Star Spangled Banner, …
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Christie Riberio and Meghan Rainville, of Mount Hope High School, have been nominated for Cox Sports Awards, but they need your vote to win!
The Cox RI Sports Awards Committee has named Mount Hope High School athletes Christie Riberio and Meghan Rainville as nominees for the 2012 Spring Scholar-Athlete awards. However, the pair needs your votes to win! Riberio has been nominated for an award in the soccer category, while Rainville is up for cross-country. Students, fans, teammates and others are encouraged to vote by visiting http://www.risportsawards.com. The winners will be revealed at the sixth annual Cox RI Sports Awards, presented by the RI National Guard, on June 13 at the Rhode Island Convention Center. Portsmouth resident and former Boston Celtic Chris Herren will be the special guest speaker. The 2012 Spring Scholar-Athlete nominees were selected by coaches and …
Thursday, May 17, 2012
GoLocalProv.com ranked the high school number 14 of 51 Rhode Island high schools surveyed.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Mount Hope High School ranks 14th best in the state out of 51 schools surveyed in GoLocalProv’s Third Annual Top High Schools list, which was released this week. The list included public, charter and technical schools, and factored reading, math and writing proficiency, student-to-teacher ratio, spending per student, four-year graduation rates, average verbal, math and writing SAT scores into the rankings. View the complete list here. According to the website, 89 percent of Mount Hope students scored at or above proficient in reading, 79 percent in writing, and 35 percent in math. In 2011, 88.1 percent of eligible Mount Hope seniors graduated. The Bristol-Warren district funded Mount Hope High School at a rate of $17,202 per student, …
Friday, May 11, 2012
Sophomore Kylie McPherson led the school to its first division championship and became its first individual champion.
Sophomore runner Kylie McPherson had a banner year for Mount Hope track, setting several school records en route to an individual and team championship for girls indoor track. Kylie's accomplishments have earned her a nomination for the statewide Cox Sports Awards. McPherson led Mount Hope to its first championship in either boys or girls track by finishing the dual meet season undefeated at 9-0 in the Sullivan Division II. The Lady Huskies scored at the state championship for the first time, with McPherson leading the way. Individually, McPherson won the 600 meter — making her Mount Hope's first-ever individual champion — placed second in the 55m Hurdles and tied for fourth in the High Jump. She teamed with Megan Vento, Nicole Rusin and …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
U.S. News and World Report ranked the regional high school 12th among 59 Rhode Island public and charter high schools that qualified for the list.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Mount Hope High School is the 12th ranked high school in Rhode Island and has received national recognition, according to U.S. News and World Reports' Best High School List. Mount Hope ranked at or above state averages in every key indicator the magazine used in compiling its rankings of nearly 22,000 high schools in 49 states and the District of Columbia. The school's 12:1 student-to-teacher ratio and college readiness (measured by the number of students who took and passed AP exams) are at state averages. Sixteen percent of students took the exam; 13 percent passed, the magazine reports. In creating its list, U.S. News and World Report relied heavily on standardized test results. Mount Hope met state averages in math with 34 percent of …